Since August 2008, Alberto Nagel has served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Executive Committee of Mediobanca.
Alberto Nagel was born in Milan on 7 June 1965. He is married with two children.
Alberto Nagel graduated from Bocconi University in Milan with a degree in Economics and Business.
He started working for the Mediobanca Group in 1991. He has spent his entire career with the Bank, taking on positions of increasing responsibility to become central manager in February 1998, Deputy General Manager in 2002, General Manager in April 2003, and Managing Director in July 2007.
In the 1990s Alberto Nagel was involved in the main Italian privatizations covered by Mediobanca, including Enel (1999), BNL (1998), Banca di Roma (1999) and Finmeccanica (2000). In the same years he was also heavily involved in some of the largest M&A deals of the period. In 1994–1995 he covered the takeover of Credito Romagnolo by Credito Italiano; in 1999 he was involved in the Olivetti bid for Telecom Italia; and in 2000–2001 he took part in the takeover bid launched by Assicurazioni Generali for INA. He was also involved in the consolidation processes between the main Italian co-operative banks.
Alberto Nagel served as Statutory Auditor of Assicurazioni Generali from 1996 until 2004, when he became Director of the company. In 2010 Alberto Nagel was appointed Deputy Chairman of Assicurazioni Generali. He also served as a Director of Banca Esperia from July 2000 until April 2012, and was a member of the Board of the Italian banking association (Associazione Bancaria Italiana, or "ABI") from 2007 to 2012.
Alberto Nagel is Chairman of Messier & Maris Associés.